Photo courtesy of Theresa Harlan

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Coming Home to the Cove - Episode 2

A Story of Family, Memory, and Stolen Land
Length: 64 min.
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The Coast Miwok culture predates the geological formation of the San Francisco Bay. Episode Two traces thousands of years of Indigenous presence and history, all the way through the oppressive colonial systems that have become today’s mainstream culture, and asks: Who gets to define history?

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